DARLINGTON, S.C. (WBTW) â€“ The Darlington County Sheriffâ€™s Office woke up early Thanksgiving morning for Operation Love Thy Neighbor. Lieutenant Kaynnera Capers created the event and said the idea was sparked based off of his own personal experience. â€œI was raised by my great-great grandmother, she lived to be 107-years-old so I have a special place in my heart for the seniors,â€? said Lieutenant Capers.
BENNETTSVILLE, SC (WBTW) â€“ Four churches in Bennettsville united Tuesday night to bring Thanksgiving dinner a few days early to community members. The Sword of Truth Church, Community of Grace Church, Thomas Memorial Baptist Church, and Victory World Outreach Center made and donated food to hand out to people in the community who may not have a warm meal Thanksgiving night.
Related CoverageDARLINGTON, SC (WBTW) â€“ The Darlington County Sheriffâ€™s Office held a forum with religious leaders and community members Monday night to offer resources to ensure safety in churches. â€œWe can do active shooter training, we can do security assessments of their actual facilities,â€? said Lt. Robert Kilgo. â€œSit down with those folks and make sure they have a plan in place so in case something does happen, they can be prepared for it.â€?
Charles Nethercutt has been denied bond, he’s charged with attempted murder after officials say he poured gasoline on his wife and set her on fire in September. He was arrested in NY last week @WBTWNews13https://t.co/7AXjDA2YRR
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